A little construction never hurt anything. First-year Women’s College students successfully unloaded their belongings, moved into their new dorm rooms and began a weeks worth of welcoming activities on Brenau’s Gainesville campus Wednesday, August 20, despite the construction of new sorority houses down Prior Street. “We’re going to have empty nest syndrome now,” joked John […]
Brenau and Gainesville community members converged on the Brenau Downtown Center Friday, April 11, for the start of the EWM Lecture Series “Religion for the 21st Century,” a weekend long series featuring Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor. Each of the three lectures in the series focused on topics discussed in her latest book Learning to Walk in the Dark.
The Brenau University Department of Dance performs the dance concert “Elements of Timeless Strength” April 10-13 in Hosch Theatre at the John S. Burd Center for the Performing Arts located on the university’s Gainesville campus. Performances are April 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. and April 13 at 2 p.m. Available at the door, tickets are $6 general admission; $4 children, […]
New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe told Brenau University students Monday, Oct. 21, that as writers they may work in solitary, but to be successful they must “open the window and let the story come in.” Best known for novels and nonfiction works that deal with environmental themes, Monroe wrote The Butterfly’s Daughter, a novel set […]